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  1. Launch of a love affair Ratings for Lévesque’s TV program sometimes hit an amazing 100 per cent by Daniel Poliquin on Thursday, September 24, 2009 10:20am - 0 Comments macleans.ca By the mid-1950s, Quebecers, like most other Canadians, had fallen in love with television. So overwhelming was the coup de foudre that although in some regions near the U.S. border only American broadcasts would come in, unilingual French Quebecers lapped it up anyway. Kids could be seen in the streets of small towns re-enacting their favourite show, The Adventures of Kit Carson, speaking in a made-up mumb
  2. Prenez garde aux chiens: ces francos qui font rire les anglos Richard Therrien La Presse Le Soleil Leur décapante parodie du message bilingue complètement surréaliste de Justin Trudeau a eu des échos jusqu'au Canada anglais la semaine dernière. Pas pour s'en offusquer ou crier au scandale, mais pour en rire! Même la station de CBC à Toronto, et les sites internet du Globe and Mail et du magazine Macleans ont vanté cette parodie made in Quebec. L'équipe de l'émission satirique Prenez garde aux chiens prend du galon. À sa deuxième saison à Vox, qui a commencé mardi dernier à 22h, l
  3. Exceltech Aérospace est en train de construire 3 nouveaux hangars de grande capacités sur l'aéroport PE Trudeau. On les vois bien depuis l'autoroute 13. Je vais essayer de prendre quelques photos depuis l'autobus...
  4. Quel choix de sujet pour l'article sur Montreal cette semaine dans la section CITIES dans The Guardian quand on compare avec l'article publie sur Toronto ! Jack Todd me déçoit beaucoup ! Welcome to the new Toronto: the most fascinatingly boring city in the world https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/jul/04/new-toronto-most-fascinatingly-boring-city-guardian-canada-week https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/jul/06/40-year-hangover-1976-olympic-games-broke-montreal-canada?CMP=fb_a-cities_b-gdncities#comments Cities Guardian Canada week The 40-year hangover: how the 19
  5. Commentary from St. Lambert war veteran Okill Stuart: Click Here This sort of thing really disgusts me. The bastards that took that ought to rot in prison for the rest of their lives. It'll serve as a lesson to anyone else thinking of doing something similar. The guy who urinated on the National War Memorial in Ottawa was drunk, and apologized to the veterans. Stealing a plaque is not something that someone can do when they are drunk, or drugged or whatever. Whoever took this knew exactly what they were doing.
  6. Mulroney: un Québécois blessé 08/09/2007 10h38 Oubliez les savantes analyses sur «la vengeance de l’Irlandais» et sur le désir de Brian Mulroney de dépasser Pierre Elliott Trudeau dans les livres d’histoire. L’histoire est plus simple: «le petit gars de Baie-Comeau», Québécois dans ses tripes, espérait réconcilier ses «chums» de l’université Laval de Québec, avec son Canada. Malheur à ceux qui se sont mis sur son chemin! La question – qui fut le meilleur premier ministre? – des professeurs d’université en ont déjà disposé: le bilan de Mulroney fut, et de loin, meilleur que cel
  7. Didn't know where to post this, but it makes the most sense here... Trudeau Airport was mentioned on Jeopardy last night... here's the link to youtube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hHKgaqL5d8 The category was International Airports... they were given the name of the airport and they had to answer the city it is located in. The category begins at 7:08. Trudeau was worth $1000.
  8. http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/josh-freed-the-winds-of-change-are-blowing-and-they-just-might-transform-montreal The winds of change are blowing and they just might transform Montreal -WE NEED MORE ARTICLES LIKE THIS DAMMIT!
  9. Affaires Aéroport de Québec : déjà 65 millions $ engagés 6 janvier 2012 | 06h48 Agence QMI Le projet de 225M$ visant l'agrandissement et la modernisation de l'aéroport de Québec deviendra significatif au cours des prochains mois. Annie Saint-Pierre Agence QMI Le projet de 225 millions de dollars visant l'agrandissement et la modernisation de l'aéroport de Québec deviendra significatif au cours des prochains mois avec le tiers des investissements qui sont déjà engagés dans le projet. « Nous avons débuté avec la réalisation de nombreux travaux civils au cours des derniers mo
  10. PROPOSITION : HANGAR D'ENTRETIEN - AIR TRANSAT Montréal , Qc CLIENT : ADM - AIR TRANSAT COÛT : 18 000 000 $ SUPERFICIE : 160 000 PI2 Proposition pour la réalisation d’un nouveau hangar d’entretien d’aéronefs à l’aéroport Pierre Elliott Trudeau à Montréal. Description : un secteur administratif, un magasin des pièces et un hangard d’entretien.
  11. Passenger growth down, revenues up at Trudeau The Gazette Published: 1 hour ago Passenger traffic at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport grew by a lacklustre 0.4 per cent during the second quarter of 2008, as the economic slowdown in the U.S. drove down transborder traffic by four per cent, the Aéroports de Montréal said today. For the first six months of 2008, traffic at Montreal-Trudeau rose 2.8 per cent to 6.3 million passengers over the same period in 2007, mostly fueled by international flights. While an increase in payroll and pension payments drove up operating costs by
  12. http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/10/travel/justin-trudeau-canada-having-a-moment-feat/ It's been years since the U.S. has looked so lovingly upon its neighbor to the north, Canada. Sure, there were Expo 67 and the 1976 Olympics, when Montreal was the center of the world. Sure, Bob and Doug McKenzie invited us to the "Great White North" in 1980 and had a big hit with their song "Take Off." But recently, the country some wags have called "America's Hat" has been more in the news than ever, thanks to its handsome prime minister and our less-than-handsome election campaign. Descri
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